So, after the photoshoot on Saturday, I ran, and hopped in the car to head to Charlotte because I got me and Deb some tickets to see Demi Lovato. So first things first, after a 10-miler at my parents’ I met up with Deb and some of her work friends at a place called Georges Brasserie in the Southpark neighborhood of Charlotte.
The place was super nice, and turned out to be a French place, which means the menu was baller.
Bottomless Mimosas were $12. Yes please!
We started off with an order of beignets for the table….
And literally, almost every single girl at the table ordered the French Toast which was AH-maze. Go to Georges, and tell them I said hey!
So next up, the Demi Lovato concert!
If you guys know anything about you, you need to understand that I am ride or die for Demi.
Me and Deb found giant Demi before the show, where the median age was like 15. Seriously, besides moms, we were like the oldest people there. But I knew every word so suck on that tweens!
Deb and I found the Tampax (weird) photobooth and took some really really cute pics. I’m gonna hang onto these for a while.
The hot one from One Direction? Zayn? His lady-friend is in this group. They were really cute, and played a bunch of adorable covers from the 90s, including a TLC cover of ‘No Scrubs’. No one but us and the moms knew this one.
She was amazing. Seriously amazing. She seemed really happy, and sang strong for the entire time. It wasn’t super overproduced, and the show really boiled down to her and the music. Demi played the new stuff, the old stuff, and played the drums, the piano, and the guitar.
The coolest thing? The Neon Lights app that you could download before the show. During Neon Lights, the app created this really cool effect on everyone’s smartphone blinked to the beat of the song. Such good energy!
So overall, that concert was amazing, and I actually found myself boo-hooing during her incredible rendition of ‘Let it Go’ from Frozen and ‘Nightingale,’ where she threw in this amazing key change at the last chorus.
So a photoshoot, a long run in beautiful weather, time with my sister, time with my parents, mimosas, and a Demi Lovato concert? I’m now exhausted, but what a fantastic weekend.
What was the coolest thing you did this weekend?